BoMill makes grain sorting more efficient.

BoMill’s equipment can identify the internal composition and structure of an individual kernel of grain. The innovative process makes it possible for large amounts of grain to be sorted at speeds of up to 24,000 kernels per second. Grain can be sorted by protein level or colour and mycotoxins (a toxic fungus) can be removed. This makes managing the overall quality more efficient, and also makes it more profitable to produce products like premium organic flour or good quality feed.

The company is based in Sweden with sales distributors throughout Europe, North America, and Australia.

BoMill at a glance

  • What they do: Equipment for high-speed sorting of grains
  • Founded in: 2001
  • Headquarters: Lund, Sweden

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